Alan Cumming backs Sanders
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Actor Alan Cumming is the latest entertainer to say he’s “feeling the Bern.”

The Scottish-born “Good Wife” star, who became an American citizen in 2008, tweeted on Friday:

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In the short video clip posted to his more than 250,000 Twitter followers, Cumming, who starred in Broadway’s “Cabaret,” voiced his support for the Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont senator.

“I’m really inspired by the message of Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersO'Rourke receives invite to visit Iowa from Democratic Party in Des Moines Senators return to Washington intent on action against Saudis Bernie Sanders: 'We have a president who is a racist' MORE,” Cumming, 51, said. “I think the fact that he believes that America can be a fair and just country where everyone can have access to healthcare and education, that really inspires me. And that makes me want to vote for a better America.”

Cumming is one of several performers to endorse Sanders, including Susan Sarandon, Danny DeVito, Spike Lee, Mark Ruffalo and Neil Young, among others.